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- RYRebeccaYWashington, D.C. Area •13 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoLunch on the patio was delightful! 3 of us enjoyed salads, excellent fish and delicious schnitzel, shared carrots and dessert. Weekday lunch with first class service.More infoTrummer's Restaurant$$$$• Contemporary American• Clifton•4.6
- RORossOSouth Carolina •5 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoWe celebrated our 29th anniversary. Service was especially excellent!!More infoCarmello's Of Old Town Manassas$$$$• Mediterranean• Manassas•4.4
- CChowskipvipWashington, D.C. Area •7 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Great food, great experienceMore infoFirebirds Wood Fired Grill - Gainesville$$$$• American• Gainesville•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinerWashington, D.C. Area •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023I’ve always had good experiences at this restaurant. Food is good and consistent. The service is always prompt, friendly, and professionalMore infoOld Ebbitt Grill$$$$• American• Downtown•4.8
- SMStaceyMWashington, D.C. Area •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We are not foodies, but we know what we like, and the variety of food items at Firebirds is consistently good. First time we tried the brunch menu—service, quality, and flavor were consistent with lunch and dinner items we had enjoyed before.More infoFirebirds Wood Fired Grill - Woodbridge$$$$• American• Woodbridge•4.6
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LGBTQ-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in Washington D.C.
OpenTable gives restaurants the ability to celebrate their identity on their restaurant profile—making it even easier for you to find LGBTQ-owned and -operated restaurants to support from coast to coast. Book a table at one of these spots to dine out (and proud!) for Pride month and beyond.
18 restaurants that define dining in Washington, D.C.
Sample the tastes that are essential to Washington, D.C. by booking a table at one of the city’s 18 greatest restaurants right now.
Discover the Top Women-Led Restaurants in the U.S. and Canada
There’s no better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by paying a visit to one of these great restaurants — all helmed by women as chefs, managers, or owners. From running kitchens to managing multiple venues, these exceptional women are leaving their mark on the hospitality industry.
Top Hispanic Owned and Operated Restaurants in the U.S.
September 15th to October 15th brings the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, a time that honors the cultures of people whose ancestors came from Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Spain. A big part of the cultural heritage that many Latinx people share in this country is food. To honor National Hispanic Heritage Month, below find Hispanic-owned and -operated across the U.S.
12 of Washington, D.C.’s outstanding spots for celebrating special occasions
As a city that has seen countless graduations, engagements, and birthdays, Boston takes special occasions to another level. On the North End, a neighborhood with a deep-rooted Italian connection, ring in just about anything with decadent lobster agnolotti in a 19th-century row house. For a gathering with friends, head to the Back Bay, where an acclaimed chef serves up bountiful seafood platters, piled high with local oysters. If it’s a more intimate milestone you’re marking, grab a reservation at an elegant omakase spot in Chinatown. Book a table at one of these top 12 restaurants, equipped for any festivity.
Washington, D.C.’s 4 Best New Restaurants to Try
Washington’s dining scene is now better than ever, with both newcomers and beloved stalwarts making long-awaited (re)appearances. Whether you’d like to sip on glasses of frozé atop Navy Yard’s largest rooftop or feast on seafood boils from a laid-back bicoastal outpost, here’s where to dine out in D.C. right now.
9 romantic restaurants in Washington, D.C. for every kind of date
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Washington, D.C.’s Finest Bars: Where to Drink in the District
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Black-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in D.C.
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LatinX-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in D.C.
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These LatinX-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their heritage — explore spots to support near you.
Women-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in D.C.
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Woman-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their identity — explore spots to support near you.
As the nation's capital, Washington, D.C., is a prime place for people to visit. Budding professionals travel to D.C. in hopes of getting their feet wet in their respective fields, and foodies visit the city for the many restaurant selections. Upscale steakhouses are on the northeastern side of Washington, and Peruvian eateries are within a short driving distance of the prestigious Georgetown University. Those spending a few nights at hotels on world-famous Pennsylvania Avenue will be delighted by the variety of cuisine offered, which includes American and Lebanese foods. Russian, Mexican, Italian, and other dining options in the region make Washington a diverse cuisine spot.